Google is carrying out Android 13 Beta 4.1 to the Pixel 6a following the mid-ranger’s launch on Thursday.
The Android 13 Beta 4 patch showed up last Monday for any remaining phones to deliver bug fixes and ought to be one of the last releases before the consumer launch. The present update is only for the Pixel 6a and attaches “.A2” to the build number.
You can without much of a stretch sign-up through the Android Beta Program or by physically sideloading (quicker):
TPB4.220624.008.A2 — Factory Image — OTA
Update: According to the Android 13 Beta delivery takes note of, the Pixel 6a ought to be running the July security fix, similar to any remaining Beta 4.1 gadgets. Be that as it may, in the wake of introducing, “June 1, 2022” is listed on both the System update screen and Security Hub.
Other than other visual and functionality changes, Android 13 ought to bring the July security patch to the Pixel 6a following its the very beginning update to June, which was only delivered for Global/Unlocked and AT&T/T-Mobile gadgets this afternoon. (It comes as the August security patch is uncharacteristically not yet accessible for any Pixel.)
In the interim, as per security release notes published today, it seems to be Android 13 will launch this September. It’s muddled assuming the Pixel updates will launch on the first Monday of that month or whether it will simply be the release to AOSP (Android Open Source Project). The OTAs could begin later in the month like a year ago.